Then, too, there are various dyewoods; rosewood, logwood (or campeachy wood), indigo, manaju (Garcinia Morella), Brazil-wood and saffron.
The kola (Cola acuminata) and the bitter kola (Garcinia cola), the last having a fruit about the size of an apple, with a flavour like that of green coffee, are common.
The tea contains all-natural products such as hydroxycitric acid taken from the rind of the tropical garcinia plant to aid your body in making fat and blood sugar available for fuel.
The mangosteen tree (Garcinia mangostana), a tropical evergreen, produces small purple fruits with a hard rind.
There are a slew of seemingly unpronounceable herbs used in Ayurvedic treatments of traditional Indian medicine, such as garcinia cambogia, gymnema sylvestre, and polygonum multiflorum to name just a few.